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The Lone Ranger 1956


Topics Western, Action


Mr. Kilgore wants to mine silver on Indian land. The mountain he wants is sacred to the Indians. The Lone Ranger serves as a peacemaker between the Native Americans and the ranchers of the territory. He does his good deeds without calling attention to himself, preferring that his identity remain secret. Sorry this copy is a bit rough and faded, its the best I could find.


Run time 82 minutes 46 seconds
Producer Herb Meadow, and George W. Trendle
Audio/Visual sound, color

Reviews

Reviewer: The Internet Hitman - - December 17, 2013
Subject: The Lone Ranger 1956
The appeal of this Lone Ranger movie is the fact that it is in color. Even though I like the black and white series, the color adds definite flavor to the movie. As usual, the plot on this fine work is captivating and appealing, as are all of the Lone Ranger movies and series.

I would highly recommend this movie to anyone looking to find good entertainment.
Reviewer: Kevin VandeWettering - - January 11, 2013
Subject: This is under copyright.
Video cellar is right, this film has a proper renewal notice. It is not public domain in any of the western world.
Reviewer: TVClassic489 - - April 25, 2012
Subject: a question
I'm sorry I do not speak English and the translator of google not working.
Reviewer: Video-Cellar - - April 25, 2012
Subject: Copyright.
This film was registered and renewed and, as there are very few countries with a copyright term of less than 70 years after publication left and even less that aren't party to the various international copyright agreements, it is pretty much copyright worldwide.

The renewal:

The Lone Ranger. By Lone Ranger Pictures, Inc.

Type of Work: Motion Picture
Registration Number / Date: RE0000218281 / 1984-11-02
Renewal registration for: LP0000007854 / 1956-02-25
Title: The Lone Ranger. By Lone Ranger Pictures, Inc.
Copyright Claimant: Lone Ranger Television, Inc. (PWH)

Variant title: The Lone Ranger.
Names: Lone Ranger Pictures, Inc.
Lone Ranger Television, Inc.
Reviewer: DanOst - - April 25, 2012
Subject: Reply to TVClassic489 - April 25, 2012
Your post is unintelligible, please try asking when sober and off drugs. Please also note that if you are writing from the perspective of USA inmates, even there they have their own and many laws. The most recent of which that I'm aware of is effective from October 27, 1998 and that believe it or not, USA law does not apply to the whole planet, duh . . . Each political jurisdiction also have their own laws, even if only to justify their own separate existence. So, simply put, take your head out of your arse and smell the coffee instead of the weed.
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